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    Netduma R1


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    PC Gamer
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  1. It consistently shows the server is located in Europe as per the screenshot.
  2. I have previously reported mislocated servers in the past on the stickied thread but it seems that Geo-Filter still doesn't recognise/register when I set my home location to Singapore. The only workaround is to set my home location in the middle of the ocean with Ping Assist set to 20ms with the radius at a minimum 111KM. There are definitely servers in Singapore as my ingame latency is always 7ms. All other games show up fine on Ping Heatmap except for Call of Duty - CW, MW & Warzone. I am aware that the servers change often but is there going to be a fix to finally have Geo-Filter work as intended for CoD for the servers in Singapore?
  3. can we have the developers add this to traffic prioritization for dumaos classified games instead of having to manually add them already? reason i say that is because checking the box doesn't detect high priority traffic, for me at least. yes i am aware that i can do it manually but it seems that pc uses a different range of ports (50000-60000) the last time i checked apart from 3074 which is a constant. im gaming on a pc and the funny thing is changing my device type to ps4 under device manager makes it detect high priority traffic. so can we please have them added? i mean, cod mw is a triple A game...
  4. Using Google Chrome on my PC. Adblocker is disabled and browser is set to save cookies. Didn't know it doesn't have to be pinpoint accurate but the OCD in me kicked in and just wondering why it wouldn't save. Thanks anyway!
  5. As per title above, my home location keeps resetting if I browse to another tab within settings or close chrome and login to the netduma. It keeps placing me in the waters below the island. I'm based in Singapore in case you guys were wondering. First picture is where I'm supposed to be. Second is after the reset.
  6. Okay cool. How about prioritising my VoIP apps like FaceTime or WhatsApp calls? Does DumaOS detect it automatically or do I need to manually create permissions/rules?
  7. Is Anti-Bufferbloat required if I have gigabit internet? Also, can I just disable QOS but leave Traffic Prioritisation enabled? So: Anti-Bufferbloat: Never QOS: Disabled Traffic Prioritisation: Enabled (DumaOS Classified Games) I mainly play CS:GO, so I just wanna make sure my game packets aren't getting queued and receive the most attention when gaming. I was reading https://netduma.com/blog/beginners-guide-to-bufferbloat/ and apparently anti-bufferbloat prioritises VoIP apps. Do I still need it if I use FaceTime audio a lot and how does DumaOS detect FaceTime traffic? Do I need to specify it?
  8. Any plans to remove the 200Mbps restriction? @Netduma Fraser
  9. Also doesn't work. Can other members on the XR500 confirm if they have WiFi Calling working?
  10. Doesn't work after disabling each setting individually and rebooting.
  11. Is it just me or is wifi calling not working on the XR500 and is there some setting I need to change? I was previously on the R1 and changing to preemptive mode allowed it. Any help or suggestions appreciated.
  12. I am actually experiencing the same issue. Wired connections continue to work while the wifi goes down. A factory reset/reboot usually solves it temporarily. Disable the wifi on the R1 and try using a spare router as an AP while they sort it out in the the new firmware.
  13. I guess the fix is to enable Wifi Workaround. Ever since I did, I have had lesser intermittent disconnections via Wifi. If it helps, I have 12 devices connected to the R1 at any one time.
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